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Old 05-16-2019, 01:59 AM
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I'm having an issue with noise in my van. I'm hearing a drumming/whining sound while using the throttle anytime over 20mph. When I let off, it stops and pitch increases with speed. I changed the trans mount and rear diff fluid. The transmission itself was rebuilt 5-10k miles ago. Its been an existing issue for several years now. Has anyone else had similar problems?
 

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U-joints? Bad tires?
 
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I'm having an issue with noise in my van. I'm hearing a drumming/whining sound while using the throttle anytime over 20mph. When I let off, it stops and pitch increases with speed. I changed the trans mount and rear diff fluid. The transmission itself was rebuilt 5-10k miles ago. Its been an existing issue for several years now. Has anyone else had similar problems?
Hello VanMan1992,

Are you thinking you'd like to get this inspected by your Dodge dealer? Don't hesitate to send us a direct message with your VIN. We'd be glad to get you an additional layer of assistance while working with them.

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U-joints? Bad tires?
I bought new tires for it right when I got it. Maybe U-joints? I remember a mechanic buddy saying something about them when I dug it out of storage last year. Don't quite remember if it was good or bad.
 
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I bought new tires for it right when I got it. Maybe U-joints? I remember a mechanic buddy saying something about them when I dug it out of storage last year. Don't quite remember if it was good or bad.
Probably bad. Might not hurt to have a look at 'em.
 
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Hello VanMan1992,

Are you thinking you'd like to get this inspected by your Dodge dealer? Don't hesitate to send us a direct message with your VIN. We'd be glad to get you an additional layer of assistance while working with them.

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If I can't figure it out then I will definitely be contacting you with the required information. There's a bunch more work that needs to be done before I could do so. Thank you very much for the opportunity.
 
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If I can't figure it out then I will definitely be contacting you with the required information. There's a bunch more work that needs to be done before I could do so. Thank you very much for the opportunity.
You got it. Thank you for your circling back and keep me updated on things progress going forward.

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